Meet The Victorian Detectives James Bartholomew Bass & Alan Tiberius Blackmore who will be joined by the beautiful Dame Pandora Blackmore for our shoot and edit day within the wonderful architecture and grounds of *Papplewick Pumping Station in the heart of Nottinghamshire.
You will spend the morning working outside in natural light around the pumping station grounds which will be open exclusively just for the attendees of this workshop!
There will be an abundance of opportunities for a wide variety of shots including character portraits, landscapes and architecture plus stock images for building composites.
After a spot of lunch Heather will spend the afternoon with you editing your own work, she will be on hand to guide and help with a focus on adding textures and putting together composites.
This course is ideally suited to those photographers who are happy to use their AV/TV settings or are working in Manual, and who are confident in their ability to capture a good standard of image.
You will be editing in Photoshop and a basic level of understanding is essential.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
– Camera, batteries, cards
– Laptop with Photoshop editing software.
– Packed Lunch! (tea and coffee will be provided).
To read up on your trainer Heather Burns, please see the ‘Event Details’ tab.
*Papplewick Pumping Station was designed in the early 1880s to pump millions of gallons of clean fresh water every day to the rapidly increasing population of Industrial Nottingham. Today, thanks to the endeavours of The Papplewick Pumping Station Trust, a Registered Charity dedicated to the preservation of the Pumping Station, and the enthusiasm of the volunteer members of the Papplewick Association you can still experience the most spectacular, preserved water Pumping Station in the British Isles.